Microsoft Office Tutorials, Computer Basics Tutorials, Microsoft Word Tutorials, Microsoft Excel Tutorials are all available free from many web sites on the Internet making learning the Microsoft Office Applications fun and easy. Use these tutorials as a supplement to your Office Skills Training Classes held in the Office Skills Collaborative Online Classroom..
Enjoy the following free Microsoft Office Tutorials. Some are from Officeskills.org and some are from other web sites offer good free tutorials on learning the basics of Microsoft Word:
What's New in Word 2016: View some of the top new features in Word 2016
Getting Started with Word 2016: In this course, you'll learn how to create a blank document or one based on a template, select and format text, create bulleted and numbered lists, change text alignment, and change line spacing. You'll also learn how to add headers and footers, change page numbers in headers and footers and add pictures and tables to a document.
Collaborate on Word documents with real-time co-authoring: Learn how you and your colleagues can collaborate on a document, use real time co-authoring to see everyone’s changes as they happen.
Share your document in Word 2016 for Windows: Learn how to share your documents when you share your files using OneDrive or Office 365 SharePoint right from within Word using the new Share option on the Ribbon. You can also share a copy of your document by sending it as an email attachment.
Make the Switch to Word 2013 - Get started with the new version to see how to do everyday tasks.
A look at Word 2013. Get an in depth look at Word 2013: from starting it up, to saving your file. Also learn how to convert your .doc file to a .docx file.
Create your first Word 2013 Document - Create a blank document and learn the basics of adding and formatting text.
Save, Publish and Share your Documents - Save your file either to your computer, or to an online service like SkyDrive. Then find out how to share it with others, even if they have an older version of Office.
Create Your First Document - Learn how to type where you want to on a page, fix spelling errors, make a list, change page margins, add emphasis to some words, quickly add some style, and save your work.
Use Find and Replace in Word - Learn how to find and replace text in Word with this short tutorial from Microsoft.
Create Visually Compelling Documents in Word - Learn how to use text effects to apply the same types of formatting that you use for graphics and images directly to document text, adjust, correct, and enhance images with picture editing tools., Insert screen clippings and screenshots into your document and add and edit SmartArt graphics.
Microsoft Word 2010 - Get familiar with some of the new features of Microsoft Word 2010 with this free tutorial from Microsoft.
Microsoft Word 2010 Tips and Tricks: Learn some timesaving techniques to help you work faster with this short course from Microsoft.
Microsoft Word 2007 Basics Tutorial Get up to speed on the basics of Microsoft Office Word 2007, such as adding, deleting, moving text around, adding basic formatting and creating bulleted or numbered lists.
Edit Text and Revise your Word 2007 Documents - Learn how to add and delete text and how to move text from one place to another
Mail Merge I Tutorial- Use Mail Merge for Mass Mailings. Learn how to use Mail Merge in Word 2007 to produce letters and envelopes for mass mailings.
Mail Merge II Tutorial - Use the Ribbon and perform a complex Mail Merge - Learn how to create personalized form letters or e-mail messages and numbered coupons with this free tutorial from Microsoft.
Format ;your Word 2007 Document with Styles Tutorial - and use them to format your documents with ease — not to mention finesse and consistency. Use the new Quick Styles gallery, and see how to modify styles.
What's New in Excel 2016: View some of the top new features in Excel 2016
Getting Started with Excel 2016: In this course, you'll learn how to create a workbook, work with worksheets, create a basic chart and save your workbook.
Time Saving Features in Excel: In this short course, you'll learn about Flash Fill and Quick Analysis?
What's New in Excel 2013 - Find out about the new features in Excel 2013.
Create your First Excel 2013 Workbook: The best way to learn about Excel 2013 is to start using it. Create a blank workbook and learn the basics of working with columns, cells, and data.
Basic Tasks in Excel 2013: Learn the basic steps to get you started putting your data in cells and grouping them in rows and columns. This will allow you to add up your data, sort and filter it, put it in tables, and build great-looking charts.
Create your First Spreadsheet with Excel 2010 - learn how to create a spreadsheet, do basic math in Excel, add and delete columns and rows, keep column titles in sight as you scroll, and prepare a spreadsheet for printing with this free tutorial from Microsoft.
Basic Tasks in Excel 2010 - Find out what is Excel, apply a template, create and save a workbook, enter data in a spreadsheet, format numbers, apply cell borders, create an Excl table and more.
Microsoft Excel 2010 - Modify Data in a Workbook. Video on how to select cells, cell ranges, copy, paste and paste preview and find and replace data. See Excel's Review Tools including Spell Check, the Research Pane and the Thesaurus. Also learn how to convert selected data to a table and apply table styles. Take the course.
Working with Excel 2010 Tables - Learn how to manage information by using Excel tables, which make it easy to format data, sort, filter, add totals, and use formulas with this free tutorial from Microsoft.
Create a Basic Chart in Excel 2010 - Charts make data visual. With a chart you can transform spreadsheet data to show comparisons, patterns, and trends.
Microsoft Excel 2010 - Get familiar with some of the new features of Microsoft Excel 2010 with this free tutorial from Microsoft.
Microsoft Excel 2010 - Create Your First Spreadsheet. Free Office 2010 tutorial from Microsoft.
Create your First Workbook in Excel 2007 - Learn how to enter and edit text and numbers, and how to add and delete columns and rows with this free tutorial from Microsoft.
Create a Chart in Excel 2007 - Charts make data visual. Instead of having to analyze columns of worksheet numbers, you can see at a glance what the data means.
Microsoft Excel 2003 Overview Tutorial - Learn how to create a Microsoft Office Excel workbook. You will learn how to enter and edit text and numbers and how to add and delete columns and rows.
What's New in PowerPoint 2016: View the top features in PowerPoint 2016.
Getting Started with PowerPoint 2016. In this course, you'll learn the lay of the land including types of slides, design elements, and what’s new Inserting text and images. You'll also learn how to saving your presentation and how to share it.
Collaborate on PowerPoint presentations with co-authoring: Learn how to collaborate with your colleagues and work on a presentation at the same time when you save your presentation to OneDrive or Office 365 SharePoint.
Share your PowerPoint 2016 presentation with others: Learn how to share your presentations and slide shows with others with the new Share option on the Ribbon. When you share your presentation using OneDrive or Office 365 SharePoint, you can do all your sharing from right within PowerPoint.
PowerPoint 2010 Overview. View the video that gives an in depth look at PowerPoint 2010. Learn how to create a presentation from a template and explore all the PowerPoint 2010 features on the ribbon.
How to do a PowerPoint Presentation using images and clipart. Download the exercise files from our blog and follow along with me using the PowerPoint presentation or video.
Upgrade to PowerPoint 2010 - Get familiar with some of the new features of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 with this free tutorial from Microsoft. This is a good tutorial if you are planning on upgrading from PowerPoint 2003 or earlier.
PowerPoint 2003 Tutorial: Learn what you need to know to put together a Microsoft PowerPoint® presentation quickly and easily..
PowerPoint 2007 SmartArt Graphics Tutorial: Take a simple list and make it more dynamic as a graphic that uses shapes and color. Show processes, concepts, hierarchies, and relationships visually.
Getting Started with Access 2010 - A guide for mostly experienced users making the switch to Access 2010. However, this is also a good general overview of Access 2010.
Design the Tables for an Access 2010 Database - This is the first step in setting up your database. Learn the design process for designing the tables for an Access Database.
Create the Tables for an Access 2010 Database - Learn the common tools for creating the tables for an Access Database.
Create Relationships for an Access 2010 Database. Learn how your tables talk to each other by creating relationships in an Access database.
Free Access 2007 Tutorial: Designing tables for a new Access 2007 database. Learn how to design the tables for a database that meets your organization's data needs and is easier to use and maintain.
Getting Started with Outlook 2016: In this course, you'll learn how to set up your first email account, compose and send emails, use links to share items in email, view only unread emails, reply to emails and search email. You'll also learn how to create a signature for your emails.
Overview of Outlook 2010 - Make the switch to Outlook 2010 with this free Outlook 2010 Training Tutorial from Microsoft.
Using the Outlook 2010 Calendar - Get familiar with the Outlook 2010 Calendar with this free tutorial from Microsoft.
Outlook 2007 Calendar Basics - Free Outlook 2007 Calendar basics course from Microsoft.